Supervised Release and Probation

November Round-Up

From Crack Cocaine Sentence Reductions to Early Termination of Supervised Release November has been a big month in the world of federal corrections. Due to all the recent events, this will be a lengthy post on all matters federal-criminal. New Retroactive Crack Law The United States Sentencing Commission’s 2011 Amendments to their Guidelines Manual were …

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Early Termination of Federal Probation – Policy Factors

Early Termination of Federal Probation – The Policy That Guides Judges Post #2 of a 3-Part Series In this previous post on early termination of federal probation, we discussed the factors judges must consider by law when deciding whether or not to let somebody on federal supervision go early. In this post we’ll discuss the …

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Early Termination from Federal Probation – What Judges Must Consider

Early Release from Federal Probation and Supervised Release Post #1 of a 3-Part Series In this first part to our series on early release from federal probation early (or supervised release), we’ll take a close look at the statutory factors that judges must consider when somebody on supervision asks for early termination. The only unbreakable …

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US Sentencing Commission Posts 2011 Amendments

New 2011 Amendments from U.S.S.C. With October upon us, and November first rapidly approaching, PCR Consultants is starting a yearly tradition of breaking down this year’s amendments to the United States Sentencing Guidelines as published by the US Sentencing Commission (U.S.S.C.). Each year, these amendments become active on the first day of November. To find …

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How NOT to Travel to a Federal Halfway House

Rapper T.I. was turned away from his federal halfway house and sent to serve the remainder of his prison sentence (for violating his Supervised Release) in a holding facility in Atlanta. The NY Times posted this amusing story about the events. Here’s an excerpt: The rap artist T.I. was sent back to prison Thursday after …

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Decisions Involving Tapia v United States

Rehabilitative Sentences are Illegal If you have a loved one who was sentenced to a longer than normal term of imprisonment specifically so he or she could participate in rehabilitative programs within the Bureau of Prisons, that sentence is unlawful and we can help get it reversed! Please read on for important information. Contact Us …

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Early Release from Federal Probation – Success

Our Services Work! We offer easy, fast, and affordable services to help clients gain early release from federal probation, or supervised release (as the case may be). You can see our main page on our services at our service’s main page. The actual filing of a motion to gain early release from federal probation can …

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Felons in America are no Longer Citizens

American Felons Lose De Facto Citizenship What makes the difference between a citizen and non-citizen in the United States? A laundry list of arguments can be made to define what makes these differences, but at its core, the definition can be found in the U.S. Constitution. The Bill of Rights 1Text of the Bill of …

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